Front/Back at Rolling Green Golf Club
|Red (W)||71||4625 yards||65.3||112|
|Blue M: 66.9/119||376||345||340||364||183||307||206||514||385||3020||385||264||191||334||358||158||481||387||505||3063||6083|
|White M: 65.7/117||356||322||300||345||163||270||180||484||350||2770||313||250||176||319||335||138||446||372||491||2840||5610|
|Red W: 65.3/112||304||275||245||310||123||200||136||400||253||2246||270||212||141||256||242||121||365||327||445||2379||4625|
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A no nonsense course in good shape. No beer in the clubhouse but you can bring your own cooler.
Not worth it
For $35 this course is not worth it, and would maybe not even be worth $20.
The front nine is okay but the back nine is extremely thin grass, rocks, and hard dirt. You hit the ball and it just keeps rolling.
Cart pads are also pretty bad.
Really don't want to come here to ding up my clubs.
Not worth it
If this course was $20 for 18 holes it might be worth it. But charging $35 when the course conditions are really poor is a bad deal.
The front 9 was okay but after that the back 9 is extremely hilly with thin grass, dirt, and rocks. The ball just rolls everywhere.
Cart paths are also really bad condition.
Not worth dinging my clubs up.
Would like to play all 27 holes with full amenities. Overall I totally recommend this course. Staff was very friendly.
Despite Covid, I don’t understand why signage isn’t better at most courses.
The greens were in great shape, rolled smoothly.
Were rather fast.
The course can be rather challenging for the average player
There were great views of the mountains